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agenda, and republicans deliver ted nugent and a very thirsty marco rubio. >> the buck stops with the president of the united states. >> the state of our union is stronger. >> and the state of the union, fine. >> let's talk about the state of the union. >> it was a check list of things. >> the laundry list of familiar sounding proposals. >> pursue a market-based solution, send me a comprehensive immigration reform bill and raise the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour. >> raise the minimum wage. >> oh, look at me, i'm the president. >> lip service and liberalism. >> i support people making more than $9. >> i don't think the minimum wage law works. >> delivering a combative republican response. >> more government is not going to get you ahead. it is going to hold you back. >> it is a horrible position to be in, what is the deal with the water bottle. >> if he was thirsty, he should take a sip. >> he is good at it. >> if congress won't act soon, i will. >> president obama's emotional appeal. >> gabrielle giffords deserves a vote. >> that is what i think is going to stick in the
. >> senator marco rubio, delivering a combative republican response. >> no government isn't going to help you get ahead. it's going to hold you back. more government isn't going to create opportunities. it's going to limit them. mr. president, i don't oppose your plan because i want to protect the rich. i oppose your plan because i want to protect my neighbors. >> but it was that unscripted lunge for water that's lighting up social media. the senator made light of the moment by tweeting a picture of the water bottle and cracking jokes on the morning talk shows. >> i needed water. what am i going to do, you know? it happens. god has a funny way of reminding us we're human. >>> good day. i'm andrea mitchell. live in washington. for the daily fix, chis and chuck todd, chief political correspondent and host of "the daily rundown." two speeches, two different approaches. chuck todd, we see the president on the road today. he'll be on the road the rest of the week. did he muddy up or cover up his middle class message, economic message with that incredible and emotional appeal at the end? >> or woul
. >> senator rubio laid out the right wing vision for america. and -- oh, what was i saying? >> bill: liberal tv media overdosing on the senator rubleio water situation. one network showed the clip 155 times. what should rubio do? >> we will tell you. >> as far as dorner himself goes, he has been like a real life super hero to many people. >> dr. marc lamont hill causing big controversy for comments he made about the mass killer and excop christopher dorner. will dr. hill apologize? he will be here. >> dread lock effect. >> smoke marijuana, also? >> bill: jesse watters goes to the big westminster dog show and makes some new friends. >> that's good. >> caution. you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the democratic party a very lucky crew. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as you may know, the obama campaign was successful in demonizing mitt romney. they defined him as out-of-touch, a rich guy who doesn't care about the folks. and the governor was not able to counter that on the c
marco rubio's water bottle. >> don't worry, senator rubio, nobody noticed that you gave a speech. >>> and finally, let me finish with how the attacks on president obama's choice for secretary of defense are really attacks on the people's choice, the american people's choice for president. and that's what this is about. and this is "hardball," the place for politics. [ male announcer ] i've seen incredible things. otherworldly things. but there are some things i've never seen before. this ge jet engine can understand 5,000 data samples per second. which is good for business. because planes use less fuel, spend less time on the ground and more time in the air. suddenly, faraway places don't seem so...far away. ♪ >>> well, my good friend new jersey senator frank lautenberg says he's going to retire next year and not seek a sixth term. and that opens the door for cory booker to run for lautenberg's seat. booker has made his intentions very clear, which clearly annoyed the 89-year-old lautenberg. while booker is the highest profile democrat looking to succeed lautenberg, other democ
growth. we are going to hear from republican senator marco rubio. he is going to give the official response. he says this opportunity to make it to the middle class or beyond no matter where you start out in life isn't be stowed on us in washington. sol larry, two different positions tonight. >> all right many thanks. appreciate it. we know the president opposes the see quester. is he willing to make a deal with the republicans? >> is there common ground? >> joining us peter welch and gop conference chair kathy mcmorris rogers. welcome back. let me go to you right now. first up, can you do business with president obama? he is opposed to this and wants to rewrite it and defer it change it? can you do business? >> i think it simimportant to remember that these devastating cuts were his ideas. it was the republicans that have put forward two times now proposals to replace these cuts with other ways to reduce spending. we passed these six months ago. we need the democrats to put their proposals forward. why is it that spending cuts are bad for the economy but tax increases are somehow
that as well. >>> first some developing news to bring you right now, republican senator marco rubio is now on his way to the middle east, right now. the senator says he will be visiting israel, he will be visiting jordan as well. senator rubio made that announcement about his trip on his website this morning, said he was traffic in his role as a member of the intelligence and foreign relations committees. his trip, of course, comes in advance of trips to israel planned by secretary of state john kerry and president obama. meanwhile, in other political headlines, jesse jackson jr. has been charged with misusing campaign funds. federal prosecutors filed the indictment against jackson friday. practices cuters say jackson diverted about $750,000 in campaign funds for personal use, including a $43,000 gold plated rolex watch and more than $22,000 in michael jackson memorabilia. >>> "the washington post" is reporting that fbi agents had been looking into allegations that new jersey democrat senator bob menendez patronized prostitutes while in the dominican republic. "the post" cites sources fami
rubio would have said, you want to know what the state of the union is? let me tell you what the state of the union is. average income of americans has dropped 5%. not since barack obama became president of the united states, but since the recession ended. our economy's in transition. more americans are being left behind. senior citizens aren't going to be assured of these entitlement programs for long. we're $6 trillion deeper in debt today than we were when barack obama became president. barack obama's allowed the national debt to go up by 60% himself since he was president. 4 million more americans are out of work today than were working when barack obama became president. we've got the weakest recovery in over 70 years with barack obama as president of the united states. it is time to think big. it is time to go long. it is time to come together. why couldn't anybody in washington say that last night? >> and there was a lack of urgency to it. there was a sense that -- it was a little bit -- so much depends on what the baseline is. and the president was almost saying things are impr
-field advantage and he ends up looking like kenneth the page. >> i don't think rubio will look like that or sound like that. i think he will obviously, it will be a play on immigration. it will be hopefully an economic response to the president. to your point, joe, the president has said, we've got to do something about entitlements. the question is what? what are you willing to put on the table? is he going to lay out a specific or some direction towards a specific policy. that's what republicans will look for. more importantly to your question, they have an opportunity to frame this economic argument. you still have 21 million americans unemployed. the rate is still up. you can frame that argument and say to the president, take the laundry list you laid out tonight, give us the bill and we will wait for it in the house and embrace it and work with you and the senate democrats if that's what you want. give us the bill. >> i think the whole speech is going to be in spanish so we won't know what he says. >> i can go to sleep much much earlier and wait for the translation. >> talk about a no win si
on tougher gun laws. >>> watergate, marco rubio and the bottle. did that really just happen? and beyonce's new film, "life is but a dream." >> people see celebrities and they have money and fame, but i'm a human being. i cry. i get scared. i get nervous, just like everyone else. >> reporter: we are on the red carpet for the l.a. premiere. find out why oprah says this is a game changer. >> this "life is but a dream" is so fiercely empowering. "newsro" >>> good morning, thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. we begin in southern california where an accused killer ex-cop is believed dead, his reign of terror over. police say it will take days to confirm that a body found inside this cabin is actually christopher dorner, the former los angeles cop who had vowed deadly vengeance for his firing. this is video from outside the cabin from cbs. he was spotted yesterday near big bear lake. he crashed a stolen car and then carjacked another vehicle from a camp ranger who happened to be on the scene. >> he came up to me with his gun pointed at me and i stopped my truck, put it in p
's talk about that, chip, because right now the names being talked about for the rebuttal, marco rubio, we've got rand paul, and we've also got ted nugent, who is going to be a guest of stock mab tonight, coming in. so, when we look at this, people are kind of in shock about these three names being put together, but listen to how michael steele talks about what this sends from the republican party, its message. >> so you're going to have rubio give a response to the president, and rand paul give a response to the response to the response of the president. >> that's the republican party. >> this is the problem. does this make any sense to anyone in america, to have a bifurcated message coming out of america? >> chip, does it make any sense? >> well, you know, what happens is, the republican party's always been kind of the executive-based party, and we've always liked having the president, because we've got one person in charge. in lieu of not having the president, we've had a lot of members of congress who think they're in church. i think it does send kind of a mixed message. but marco rubi
issue for the gop is not just the message. they can't agree on the messenger, the reason why rubio and paul both giving responses to the president's state of the union address. >> we have seen that and you can have as senator manchin said a difference of opinion within the same party and seen as strong. there was a time where you had the tea party and moderate republicans and seen as strong and now a us against them kind of thing happening there but i want -- you bring up marco rubio. i want to play what wallace said, since he's givening the republican response and running down the laundry list and why he's a star in the party. let me play it. >> he's everything we need and more. he's modern. he knows who tupac is. he is on social media. he's part of the -- sort of he has the blessings of the old political establishment. >> this is just surface stuff that's like lipstick on a pig. the bottom line is the republicans have a core values problem, not a who knows who tupac is. >> the tupac problem. molly, he's modern, know who is tupac is. i can't imagine that marco rubio and i get what
. senator rubio and others who say that the proposals on the table wouldn't have changed what happened in newtown are wrong. they are absolutely wrong. if that young man didn't have 30 round ammunition magazines, there would be little boys and girls alive. i'm not the only one that believes that. the families of the kids believe that as well. the fact is that these have become weapons o of mass destruction. they give a false sense of courage to these mass murders who might not walk into these schools and religious institutions and movie theaters if they didn't have the fault weapon in the first place. and without those clips if they walk in, they wouldn't do as much damage. these people who say that these changes and laws wouldn't have made a difference in newtown, they don't know the facts. >> do dwrou think something big and bold can be done or something small like universal background checks? >> i think it's okay to move incrementally. if we started with background checks and moved to other more serious issues like bans on high-capacity magazines, that's okay too. there's a moment i
of most democrats. >> he has to work in a bipartisan way. senator rubio hasn't been invited to the white house yet to talk about immigration reform is a problem. he needs to start working -- he needs to start doing it now. also -- >> isn't bipartisanship a dream of the 'minutes at this point? we have not seen very much of that in this congress at all. no matter what the president says, they are going to oppose him. >> you have a senate right now who bipartisan framework, it is -- already out there. if the president could start getting behind it and actually start doing internal things. we had weekly meet wings coalition groups, bipartisanship, to bring people together. that's not happening now. >> did you keep saying this is the thing we did the last time we had a colossal failure in trying to get the bill passed. why should that persuade me that's the thing to do again? >> he has to at least do that if we are going to get to the other side. he has to be part of that. >> i mean, i think it is false to -- act like immigration reform hinges on -- it is really congress and senate and really
state of the union address that was a response to from senator marco rubio, response very interesting, but it's what he did during the response that has a lot of people talking this morning. lots to get to, as well. >> first there is another major developing story going on right now. dramatic developments overnight in the manhunt for christopher dorner, police now saying they have found charred remains in that burned out cabin after a shoot-out in that cabin near big bear lake, california. dorner allegedly shot two more officers, killing one of them before barricading himself in the woods. his ten day reign of terrorizing people apparently ending when a s.w.a.t. team detonated a smoke device inside that cabin and set it on fire. we still do not have positive confirmation of dorner's death even though they are now saying they have found charred remains. cops spent nearly a week franticly searching big bear. how they finally cornered the suspect. >> reporter: a hail of bullets, police radio captured the moment. a cabin burning to the ground. fugitive ex-cop christopher dorner believed i
that there will be two responses. senator marco rubio for the republicans and senator rand paul for the tea party. >>> we're flogging breaking new this morning. north korea conducting its third test of a nuclear weapon, raising fears now that the nation is closer to having a bomb that it can actually deploy. the obama administration condemned the test saying it warrants swift incredible action by the international community. >> and later this morning a vote on a proposed law to allow same-sex couples to marry and to adopt. this is in france. parliament will vote on the highly charged, highly emotional issue after intense debate on both sides. >>> and fat tuesday celebrations in the big easy will probably be soggy. the national weather service says morning paradegoers in new orleans should expect light rain. we have a live look for you. bourbon street, lots of folks out there. stronger thunderstorms should hold off at least until the afternoon. all of the southeast in louisiana is still under a flood watch as well. that is not going to stop those folks from partying, i expect. >>> so one word you will hea
, mr. rubio voted against raising the debt ceiling, thus provoking the credit downgrade that accompanied the fiasco in 2011. he supported governor rick scott's abominable attempt to suppress the vote in florida. he co-sponsored a bill which would enable employers to deny birth control to their employees, and despite the fact that 97% of researchers polled by the national academy of sciences believe in manmade climate change, mr. rubio remains unconvinced. if the republican party wishes to do nothing more than a small amount of cosmetic surgery on its public image, then mr. rubio seems like the perfect salesman. but scratch the surface, and mr. rubio is infected with the same old backward-facing policies that the voters rejected so comprehensively in november. thanks so much for watching this afternoon. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> new pope. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this stunning news today that the head of the 1.2 billion. person roman catholic church is retiring at the end of t
, then it's probably a pretty good idea. yes, to marco rubio's point, to speaker yon boehner's point, it's not a solution to the problems of our economy, but it is one thing we can do that helps very, very low skill workers, people at the bottom of the income ladder, get a little bit more from what are at this moment very profitable, very profitable period in corporate profits. >> it's not just about a little bit more because that's a good idea. if you look at -- i mean, one in three american families is living near poverty. i mean, the census number -- the number of american families that are basically living on the brink of the powerhouse, as we cut programs to help the poor and the needy, is rather staggering when you look at, again, corporate profits. demos did a great study and looked at the impact of raising the minimum wage on workers, and effectively, if wal-mart, for example, raised the minimum wage of their workers more than 700,000 americans would be lifted out of poverty. i mean, i hate -- i don't hate -- this is something where someone needs to be ringing the alarm bell. i g
is winning this battle for talent, which is i'm glad the president talked about it last night. senator rubio talked about it as well. i think it got the biggest ovation of the night from republicans and democrats. we need to come together and pass immigration reform. >> we heard from some small business people last night via twit tore a large degree, who said the immigration part is great, not so much on the minimum wage part. i wonder how much of an offset that might be to a small business person? >> a lot of things were talked about. it was an hour speech. there was a lot of components to it. i was encouraged when the president talked about they were building the economy. and solving the immigration issue. particularly from president obama and senator rubio, on the high-skilled immigration reform. i view it as a good night. and a hearing in the senate around immigration reformt. and this afternoon we'll hear more from the senators introducing that. we're making good progress. there's a lot of work to be done. immigration has always been a difficult, sensitive issue. it will require broad b
. >> eric: gregory had another concern. he was concerned whether marco rubio was going to make it through the next speech without drinking water. >> bob: mccain called benghazi a massive coverup. that's going way over -- >> greg: what if it was moderate one? >> bob: if it was a screwup, not a coverup. that is a different. >> dana: why would they do it? >> bob: it was election time. >> dana: don't you think that is a story? >> andrea: they're not even admitting it was a coverup. >> bob: that is politics. >> andrea: the president talking about transparency, he said after the words benghazi is not a good example. he said that was largely driven by campaign stuff. four dead americans are campaign stuff. then we learn last thursday he didn't make one phone call at all. don't you think if you are the president of the united states you would follow up to see how benghazi turned out? i mean there was no 3:00 a.m. phone call. he was just like don't call me at all. call me, maybe. no, don't bother me. it's bizarre. >> bob: at the expense of sounding cruel here, you know, there was a lot of things g
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in the gop between washington and non-washington republicans. we pointed out yesterday, rubio's state of the union response was similar to any speech you'd hear from mourm moi mitt romney in twelve, except with the exception of his personal story. on the other hand, look at what republican governors are saying. people like louisiana's bobby jindal or new jersey's chris christie, arguing that the party should stop focusing so much on washington budget battles. even at times used washington conservatives as a punching bag. >> there's only one group to blame for the continued suffering of these innocent victims. the house majority and their speaker, john boehner. >> we have seemed to have an obsession with government bookkeeping. this is a rigged game and it is the wrong game for us to play. >> as we look ahead to 2016, rubio and the jindals and christies of the world represent two different schools of thinking in terms of how to rebrand the party and how to fight obama. >>> well, it's valentine's day, but love is not in the air, for anyone here in washington. what's new about that? up n
, his health and the fact that he has grown daily weary. >> let's float marco rubio. >> i love it. he knows who tupac is. >> he says he's not the savior. >> he did. >> he clarified. >> he clarified, i am not the savior. there's only one savior, jesus christ. >> i didn't know. >> joseph ratzinger, cardinal ratzinger then was 78 years old when he got this job and was actually looking at retirement. he was ready to step down. >> right. >> but obviously the vatican calls -- >> he was moving to boca. hey, how do you know, mika brzezinski, that your church, the catholic church, is in serious, serious trouble? >> how? >> when mike barnicle is speaking. when he becomes -- >> when i'm at the pope desk. >> when he's at the pope desk. where is pat buchanan? hey, somebody call pat buchanan and wake him up. what's up next? >>> well, we're going to talk about the state of the union next. coming up, deputy majority whip congressman tom cole will join us. also former deputy campaign manager for the obama campaign, stephanie cutter will be here to preview the president's state of the union address. an
the guy at the end of a big dinner who got stuck with a really big tab. marco rubio had the job of having to do the rebuttal for the republican party. if you missed that, it went a little like this. >> mr. president, i don't oppose your plan because i want to protect the rich. i oppose your plan because i want to protect my neighbors. hard-working middle class americans who don't need us to come up with a plan to grow the government. they need a plan to grow the middle class. economic growth is the best way to help the middle class. unfortunately, our economy actually shrank during the last three months of 2012. but if we can get the economy to grow at just 4% a year, it would create middle-class jobs. and it would reduce our deficits by almost $4 trillion over the next decade. >>gretchen: that was senator marco rubio from florida, the republican, only 41 years old getting that prime spot there. he's going to be joining the show live to talk more about what his reaction was to the president's speech. 7:20 a.m. eastern time. >>brian: i thought his personal story sold his speech. just when
future. we saw marco rubio as part of its future. we saw the future of the republican party get a drink of water on tv last night. the -- we're going to see whether they decide that it's in their interests to make a deal with him and move past that and start looking to future battles beyond the fiscal battles of today. >> i did notice that when they were trying to sum up what rubio said, i asked everyone yesterday, we all want to help the middle class. we're trying to figure out how to do. we know that most of the jobs need to come from the private sector. do you think that ceos or private sector-oriented people, did they feel like they got, that he put his arm around him more than previously or was it an expansion of or -- you know, sort of continuing to talk about an expansion of liberal ideas, bigger government? >> i would think they would not feel that the president put their arm around him necessarily. when you listened to the president talk about i'm going to take executive action to implement my philosophy on climate change for example, you're going to have a lot of people -- we
debt. the response will come from marco rubio of florida. joining us, peter roskam of illinois, chief deputy whip for the republican conference. sir, nice to have you here. >> thank you very much. >> you're from illinois, you know a lot about spending, not that you helped create it. tonight are we going to hear anything about that side of the ledger, the spending, you think? >> you get the joke on illinois spending and it's in a downward spiral. it's a type of world view from an economic point of view that is completely an mating the white house. take illinois spending patterns and extrapolate that onto the u.s. economy, that's where the president is proposing to lead us about $26 trillion in debt. i don't think we're going to hear a lot about how the president can grow the economy through the private sector and why unemployment is still at a nagging 7.9%. i think that's where the action is and what he should be talking about but i don't think that's what we'll be hearing. >> when i was on "squawk box" this morning we entered a lot of democrats. they seem to think his last speech and
of other obama proposals. >> excuse me for a minute. watergate 2.0, guys. senator marco rubio, he provided the republican response, sorry to say, marco rubio this is the one thing, guilty as charged, people are talking about today. >> oh, my gosh. >> nothing frustrated me more than false choices like the one the president laid out tonight. >> so here he goes, live on tv. bottoms up. wets the whistle. what is he thinking? >> unfortunately didn't have a cnn mug. >> didn't have a cnn mug. we should have provided it for him. patricia murphy, let me begin with you. here he is, rising republican, it is just kind of silly. >> it is. it is and it isn't. i think somebody who is more seasoned and is used to delivering major speeches at major times would not have gone for the water. i think really rubio is such a bright shining light for the republican party, but it just feels a little too soon, and last night it looked way too soon. that was just such an amateur mistake and i think it really stepped all over his message, which would have been good if it wasn't marred by his performance there. >> amy
. you see a guy like marco rubio, who's a simile, has great potential as a hispanic republican senator, going a different direction. rubio still has to care about the tea party, but he's also trying to make his way into a different place. i think they're all jockeying for a place on the national stage. >> so you think he's trying to go hard right? >> well, whether it's 2014 or 2020, you're staking out ground. all these guys are not just your average freshman senator. if your a freshman senator guy like that with a harvard pedigree from one of the biggest states in the country and you're hispanic, you're going to get more attention than most other freshman senators ever do, so you have an opportunity. >> too bad he wasted it. >> by the way, if he's thinking 2016, he wants to make sure, willie, that nobody in the 2016 or 2020 primary is -- and i know people are shocked that we're talking about it, but that's what he must be thinking. it's the only way to explain why a guy would change personality this radically. i guess he's afraid to be attacked as being a harvard guy. so he's -- anyway
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